- After viewing your items on your shopping cart page,
- you can click and check out.
- After inserting your credentials,
- you can select your payment method.
Checkout with PayPal
- You can click and check out with PayPal . Then you will leave our site and enter PayPal’s website.
- You can sign in to your PayPal account, or you can create a new one if you haven’t got one.
- You can use the PayPal as you want according to the on-screen instructions.
Usually, PayPal e-check will take 3-5 business days to be confirmed by PayPal.
The reasons why we suggest you use PayPal:
- Payment is traceable. By using your PayPal account, you can trace the status of your payment.
- When you make payment for your order, you don’t need to use your credit card online (you can transfer directly from your bank account).
- When you use your credit card through PayPal, nobody will see your credit card number, which will minimize the risk of unauthorized use.
More details is available on the PayPal homepage
Checkout with Stripe
You can click and check out with Stripe gateways. Either you get some additional fields to enter or you will guided to an external website.
Credit Cards can be used via stripe too.
- No additional costs from the online shop Gerber Art.
- Your bank may charge fees. Please investigate in advance.
giropay is a German payment method based on online banking.
giropay redirects you to their website to authenticate a payment and there is immediate notification about the success or failure of a payment.
iDEAL is a Netherlands-based payment method that allows customers to complete transactions online using their bank credentials.
Bancontact is the most popular online payment method in Belgium.
In order to pay with Bancontact, you are redirected to the Bancontact website or mobile app to authorize the payment and then return to the Gerber Art website where there is immediate notification about the success or failure of the payment.
SOFORT Banking is a payment method that arranges the transaction between you and Gerber Art. It’s a popular payment method in Germany.